Dell’s Venue Pro 11 offers a Surface Pro 2 alternative at a lower price point, but disappoints with sub-par battery life.
In the future, we’ll be able to control our homes over the Internet. No, wait — we can do that right now. Here’s how.
Did CES bring surprises or the same old hype train? Speaking of hype, will 2014 be the year where we all switch to wearable technology?
Logitech’s Powershell combines game control and power for iPhone gaming, but the whole package falls wide of the mark, especially given its asking price.
Vodafone launched its 4G network late last year with a flurry of hype, but the only way you could access it was from a 4G smartphone. It’s just announced two new devices; a 4G USB Modem and Hotspot.
Hub Productions has released its pricing for Whoniverse, an Australian event featuring Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill. It would seem like a bit of a can’t-miss proposition, but that’s exactly what I’ll be doing — and price has little to do with it.
The Steel Series Stratus is an exceptionally good IOS game controller, but the price leaves an awful lot to be desired.
Telstra’s latest hotspot promises LTE-A 4G coverage and long battery life. It can’t quite manage LTE-A just yet, but the battery life is indeed superb.
Printer fun continues with HP’s A3 capable printer which, for some reason, comes with its own shopping bag.
Canon’s PIXMA MG7160 offers excellent print quality, but as is typical for an inkjet, you’ll pay for it in ongoing running costs.